10(E3) - Last part of notes for test 3 General Viral...

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Unformatted text preview: 11-2-10 Last part of notes for test 3 General Viral Categories - Coronaviruses- associated with colds, SAR Papovaviruses-warts Adenoviruses- broad category, associated with respiratory and GI tract viruses, pinkeye HIV Herpes simplex virus Type I- fever blisters Carcinoma- cancers that deal with epithelia tissue Sarcoma- deals with connective tissue (blood, bone) Fibroma- connective tissue that involves fibers Melanoma- pigment cells in skin Epstein Barr Berkitts Lymphoma Hepatitis- liver Papillomavirus- cervical cancer Human T cell – associated with leukemia Acts as lysogenic virus and lies dormant Attacks T cells Viral assays Oncogenic- associated with cancer Oncongenic Viruses - Types of Bioassays- type of test for a positive agent in a biological system o Cell lines- plaque o Chicken embryos- insert virus into egg ...
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This note was uploaded on 11/10/2010 for the course BIOLOGY 8765 taught by Professor Halland during the Spring '10 term at LA Tech.

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10(E3) - Last part of notes for test 3 General Viral...

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